EVIDENCE-BASED TOOLS FOR DIETARY ASSESSMENTS IN NUTRITION EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDIES FOR DEMENTIA PREVENTION
K.A. Abbott, J.M. Posma, I. Garcia-Perez, C. Udeh-Momoh, S. Ahmadi-Abhari, L. Middleton, G. Frost
J Prev Alz Dis 2022;1(9):49-53
Increasing evidence proposes diet as a notable modifiable factor and viable target for the reduction of Alzheimer’s Disease risk and age-related cognitive decline. However, assessment of dietary exposures is challenged by dietary capture methods that are prone to misreporting and measurement errors. The utility of -omics technologies for the evaluation of dietary exposures has the potential to improve reliability and offer new insights to pre-disease indicators and preventive targets in cognitive aging and dementia. In this review, we present a focused overview of metabolomics as a validation tool and framework for investigating the immediate or cumulative effects of diet on cognitive health.
K.A. Abbott ; J.M. Posma ; I. Garcia-Perez ; C. Udeh-Momoh ; S. Ahmadi-Abhari ; L. Middleton ; G. Frost ; (2022): Evidence-Based Tools for Dietary Assessments in Nutrition Epidemiology Studies for Dementia Prevention. The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease (JPAD). http://dx.doi.org/10.14283/jpad.2022.6